Tiger Woods plays his shot from the fifth tee during the final round of the Farmers Insurance Open at Torrey Pines South on January 28, 2018 in San Diego, California. Donald Miralle/Getty Images/AFP
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An upbeat Tiger Woods Sunday declared his surgically fused back had passed its first big test with flying colors. After finishing a very respectable equal 23rd at the Farmers Insurance Open, Woods spoke with optimism as he reflected on his official PGA Tour comeback.He found the sticky rye grass rough with monotonous regularity at Torrey Pines South course, hitting only three fairways in each of the final three rounds, but hit some creative and brilliant recovery shots and putted well in his first official start since his spinal fusion last April.Woods expressed satisfaction with his short game but despite apparently coming through the week without aggravating his back he would not reveal his schedule leading up to the Masters in April.
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